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The MagSafe Battery Pack was designed by Apple to provide more portable power to iPhone 12 or later models that support wireless MagSafe charging. It contains a 11.13Wh, 1,460mAh battery that on its own can charge an iPhone at up to 7.5 W. While the pack is being charged via Lightning it can charge an iPhone at up to 15 W.[1] The pack itself can be charged either directly through its Lightning port or wirelessly from an iPhone that is being charged via Lightning.[2]

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The MagSafe Battery Pack was released for sale on July 13, 2021. It is the first Apple product to support reverse-charging, where it can charge or be charged by a supported iPhone.[3] The MagSafe Battery Pack was discontinued on September 12, 2023 around the time the iPhone 15, which charges via USB-C rather than Lightning, was released.[4]

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The MagSafe Battery Pack attaches in place with magnets. However, it cannot be used simultaneously with a MagSafe Charger. When an supported iPhone is at least 80% charged through the Lightning port, it will begin charging the MagSafe Battery Pack. It requires iOS 14.7 or later and appears in Today View and the Home Screen as a separate device being charged.[3]

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